I have a home theater receiver with a powered subwoofer output and a matching passive subwoofer. I've always connected these two items using speaker wire.
Recently I moved into a place that has passive in-wall speakers. There is a faceplate with speaker connections. The in-wall speakers do not include a subwoofer.
There is a single RCA port on the speaker input faceplate and an RCA connection in another part of the room for the subwoofer. This would be perfect if I were using a powered subwoofer, but I'm not - and I would prefer to not have to purchase a new subwoofer and new receiver.
My preference, if possible, is to run from the receivers red/white connectors to the RCA port and then from the other end of the RCA port back to the red/white connectors on the subwoofer.
Is this possible? How would I got from speaker wire to an RCA connector?
Yes, I could just use the subwoofer as I have previously but then I'll lose the benefit of being able to easily hide it away in a corner. This is what I will do if I can't use existing wire run.